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During the preparation on the Essays on Miltonj 
published by the Yale University Press in 1914, the 
author gathered for his own use most of the material 
embraced in this bibliography. The compilation 
proved of assistance to him, and it may be serviceable 
to others who wish to study Milton's works in con- 
nection with the literary traditions or the contro- 
versies that colored or even directly evoked them. 
In the bibliography the material has first been organ- 
ized topically; then, under each heading, the titles 
are arranged chronologically, that the historical de- 
velopment of Miltonic criticism may be made clear. 
Whatever difficulty such an arrangement causes will 
be obviated, it is hoped, by the Table of Contents 
and the Index of Names. In many cases, after the 
date of first publication, some good modern edition 
has been noted. But in this respect, as well as in 
the listing of articles from the magazines, the bib- 
liography is frankly selective rather than complete. 
It aims, however, to include all the most important 
books and articles that bear upon the separate topics, 
and so to furnish the student an adequate outline- 
guide for the study of Milton and the period in which 
h^ lived. For help and encouragement in his work 
the compiler owes much to Professor Charles G. 
Osgood, of Princeton.. University . 

Iowa City, Iowa, January 20, 1916. 









Autobiographical Material 3 

Contemporary Biography 4 

Chief Later Biography 5 

Portraits of Milton 6 


London in Milton's Time 7 

General Histories 7 

Diaries, etc 8 

Drama 9 

Parentage 10 

Cultural Influences xo 

Thomas Young, the Tutor 10 

Literary Interests 10 

Musical Interests xo 


At St. Paul's School 11 

English Schools of the Seventeenth Century 11 

Autobiographical References 12 

General References . . . .- X2 

At Cambridge la 

Cambridge in Milton's Time 12 

Autobiographical References 12 

General References *. 13 

Milton's Cambridge Exercises 13 

At Horton 13 

Through Travel X3 

Travel in the Seventeenth Century 13 

viii Contents 

Autobiographical References 14 

Miscellaneous References 15 


Manuscript Copies. 15 

First Editions 16 

Chief Later Editions 17 

Individual Poems 18 

Psalms 1 14 and 136 18 

On Shakespeare . - 18 

—Ode on the Morning of Christ's Nativity 18 

L' Allegro and II Penseroso 19. 

Editions 19 

Sources 19 

Criticism 20 

Arcades 20 

-- CoMUS 21 

Editions 21 

The Masque as a Dramatic Type 21 

University Plays 22 

Milton's Dramatic Interests 23 

Occasion 24 

Sources 24 

Criticism 25 

Miscellaneous z6 

— Lycidas 26 

Editions 26 

The Elegy as a Type of Poetry 26 

Occasion 27 

Sources and Criticism 27 

Collateral Reading 28 

Latin and Italian Poems 29 

Editions 29 

Criticism 29 

References to Charies Diodati 30 


Seventeenth-Century Pedagogy 30 

Milton's Experience as a Teacher 31 

Contents ix 

Educational Writings 31 

Titles 31 

Criticism . 32 


General Histories 33 

Contemporary Records 36 


In the Arbiy 38 

In the Church 39 

In Parliament 39 

In Literature 39 


Early Tracts 40 

Tracts of the Smectymnuan Controversy 41 

Milton's Later Tracts 41 

Criticism 42 


Christian Doctrine 43 

Criticism 43 


Titles 44 

Milton's Marriage 44 

Replies from Opponents 44 

Criticism 44 


Editions 45 

The Theory of Toleration 45 

General References 45 

Contemporary Sources 46 

The Licensing of the Press 48 

Criticism 49 


Titles 49 

AuTa)RSHiP OF EiKON Basilike 51 



Theory of Kingship and State S3 

General Histories 53 


Chief Sources of Milton's Theory 54 | 

Criticism $$ 


Appointment and Duties $6 

Documents 56 



Translations 58 

Sonnets * . 58 

Editions 59 

The Sonnet 59 

Criticism 59 






Social Life in London 60 t 

Proceedings against Milton 61 



Editions 62 

Growth of Milton's Plans 62 

Theory of Epic Poetry 63 

Classical Theory 63 

Renaissance Theory 63 

French and English Theory 64 

Later Crirical Theory 64 

Sources 65 

Criticism 72 


Editions 76 

Sources 76 

Criticism 77 


Editions 78 

Criticism . 78 

As AN Oratorio 79 

Contents xi 


Srammar 79 


Versification 81 





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Anderson, J. P. 

Bibliography. In R. Gamett: Life of John 
Milton. London, 1890. 

Child, H. H. 
Bibliography. In: The Cambridge modem his- 
tory. 5, pp. 786-98. New York, 1907. 

Brown, G. A. 
Bibliography. In: The Cambridge history of 
English literature. 7, pp. 469-79. New York, 


ToDD, H. J. 

Verbal index. In his: The poetical works of John 

Milton. 2d ed. London, 1809. 
Prendergast, G. L. 

A complete concordance to the poetical works of 

John Milton. Madras, 1856. 
Cleveland, C. D. 

A complete concordance to the poetical works of 

John Milton. Lbndon, 1867. 
Bradshaw, J. 

A concordance to the poetical works of John 

Milton. London, 1894. 

. 2 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

LocKWQQD, L. E.. .. : : 

LexicDn to 'lAii '.'Kiiglish poetical works of John 
MiJtQO^-: Neiir rYorfc 1907. 


MiTFORD, J. (ed.) 
The works of John Milton in verse and prose. 
8 V. London, 1851. 

Hume, P. (ed.) 
The poetical works of John Milton. Lron- 
don, 1695. 

Newton, T. (ed.) 
The poetical works of John Milton. 3 v. 
London, 1749-52. 

Hayley, W. (ed.) 
The poetical works of John Milton : with a life 
of the author. 3 v. London, 1794-97. 

Todd, H. J. (ed.) 
The poetical works of John Milton : with the prin- | 
cipal notes of various commentators. 6 v. Lon- | 
don, 1 801. . 

The second edition, much enlarged, appeared in 7 volumes in 
1809. j 

Hawkins, E. (ed.) I 

The poetical works of John Milton. 4 v. Oxford, 

Keightley, T. (ed.) 
The poems of John Milton. 2 v. London, 1859. 

Browne, R. C. (ed.) 
The English poems. 2 v. Oxford, 1870, 1901. 


Masson, D, 
The poetical works of John Milton. 3 v. 
London^ 1874, 

The arrangement of this work has beeen slightly altered in later 
editions. An edition in one volume has been published in the 
Globe series. 

Moody, W. V. (ed.). 
The complete poetical works of John Milton. 
Boston, 1899. 

Beeching, H. C. (ed.) 
The poetical works of John Milton. Oxford, 

TOLAND, J. (ed.) 
A complete coUectioii of the historical, political, 
and miscellaneous works of John Milton, both 
English and Latin. 3 v. Amsterdam, 1698. 

Birch, T. (ed.) 
A complete collection of the historical, political, 
and miscellaneous works of John Milton. 2 v. 
London, 1738. 

Symmons, C. (ed.) 
The prose works of John Milton. 7 v. London, 

St. John, J. A. (ed.) 

The prose works of John Milton. 5 v. London, 

Autobiographical Material 

, Graham, J. J. G. (ed.) 

Autobiography of John Milton: or Milton's 
life in his own words. London, 1872. 


4 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Corson, H. (ed.) 
An introduction to the prose and poetical works ' 
of John Milton. New York, 1899. | 

Parrott, T. M. j 

Autobiography of John Milton. In his: Studies j 
of a book-lover. New York, 1904. I 

Contemporary Biography 

Parsons, E. S. (ed.) ] 

The earliest life of Milton. Reprinted from 
EngL Hist, i?., Jan. 1902. Colorado Springs, 

Reprinted by L. £. Lockwood, Boston, 191 1. Reviewed by 
C. G. Osgood. Jour, EngL Germ, Pbilol.f 6, p. i. 1904. 

Aubrey, J. 

Collections for the life of Milton. 168 1. In 
W. Godwin: Lives of Edward and John Philips. 
London, 181 5. 

Reprinted by L. £. Lockwood, Boston, 191 1. 

Wood, A. A. 

Fasti Oxonienses. In his: Athenae Oxonienses. 
Oxford, 1 69 1. 

Reprinted by L. £. Lockwood, Boston, 191 1. 

Phillips, E. 
The life of Milton. 1694. ^^ W. Godwin: 
Lives of Edward and John Philips. London, 

First published in 1694 in an edition of Milton's letters of state. 
See p. 57. Reprinted by L. £. Lockwood, Boston, 191 1. 

Biography 5 


The life of John Milton. London, 1698. 
Amyntor; or, a defence of Milton's Life. 
London, 1699. 

Contains: The compleat history of Icon basilike. 

Ellwood, T. 
The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood. 
Written by his own hand. London, 1714. 
Relations of Thomas Ellwood with John Milton. 
In: An English garner. 3) pp. 473-86. London, 

Hunter, J. (ed.) 
Milton. A sheaf of gleanings. London, 1850. 

Marsh, J. F. (ed.) 

Papers connected with the affairs of Milton and 
his family. Manchester, 1851. 

Hamilton, W. D. (ed.) 

Original papers, illustrative of the life and writ- 
ings of John Milton. London, 1859. 

Chief Later Biography 

Peck, F. 
New memoirs of the life and poetical works of 
Mr. John Milton. London, 1740. 

Johnson, S. 

Life of Milton. In his: Lives of the poets. 
London, 1779. 

Hayley, W. 

The life of Milton; to which are added con- 
jectures on the origin of Paradise lost. 2d ed. 
London, 1796. 


6 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Keightley, T. 
An account of the life^ opinions, and writings of 
John Milton. London, 1855. 

Masson, D. 
The life of John Milton : narrated in connec- 
tion with the political, ecclesiastical, and literary 
history of his time. 7 v. London, 1858-81. 

The fint volume was revised in 188 1» and in 1894 the Index was 
added to complete the work. 


Ramblings in the elucidation of the autograph 

of Milton. London, 1861. 
Stern, A. 

Milton und seine Zeit. 2 Teile. Leipzig, 

Pattison, M. 

Milton. London, 1879. 
Garnett, R. 

Life of John Milton. London, 1890. 
Pink, W. D. 

Indicted for high treason, 1647. N. and ^., 

8. 7, p. 489. 1895. 
Trent, W. P. 

John Milton. New York, 1899. 
Raleigh, W. 

Milton. New York, 1900. 
S., J. S. and others. 

Milton's Bibles. N. and ^., 11. 3, pp. i, 70, 

109. 1911. 

Portraits of Milton 

Marsh, J. F. 
On the engraved portrait and pretended por- 
traits of Milton. Liverpool, i860. 

Milton's Home Environment 

S.y A. £. 

A supposed portrait of Milton at Christ's Col- 
lege. N. and^.j lo. 3, p. 127. 1905. 

McGoVERN, J. B. 

Cromwell and Milton: a famous picture. N. 
and Si.y 10. 8, p. 22. See also pp. 158 and 375. 
Williamson, G. C. 
The portraits, prints, and writings of John 
Milton. Cambridge, 1908. 
Portraits of Milton. In: Milton memorial 
lectures. Oxford, 1908. 


London in Milton's Time 

General Histories 
Wheatley, H. B. 

London, past and present. 3 v. London, 
1 891. 

Milton and London. Reprinted from Acad.^ 
V. 54. Liv. Age J 219, pp. 194-96. 1898. 


The amusements of old London. 2 v. Lon- 
don, 1901. 
B., R. W. 

The Fleetwoods and Milton's cottage. N. 

and ^., 9. 9, p. 261; 10. I, p. 422. 1902, 

Besant, Sir W. 

London in the time of the Stuarts. London, 



8 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Mead, L. A. 
Milton's England. Boston, 1903. 

Besant, Sir W. 
London City. London. 1910. 


London in English literature. Chicago, 191 3. 

DiarieSy etc. 

Stow, J. 
A survey of London. 1598. ed. C. L. Kings- 
ford. 2 V. Oxford, 1908. 

Peach AM, H. 
The art of living in London. London, 1642. 

Reprinted in : Harleian miscellany, vol. 9. London, 1808. 

Baxter, R. 
Reliquiae Baxterianae: or, Mr. Richard Bax- 
ter's narrative of the most memorable pass- 
ages of his life and times. London, 1696. 

Defoe, D. 
A journal of the plague year. London, 

Evelyn, J. 
Memoirs ... of John Evelyn, comprising 
his Diary, a selection of his Familiar letters, 
etc. 1818-19. ed. H. B. Wheatley. 4 v. 
London, 1879. 

Pepys, S. 
The diary of Samuel Pepys. 1825. ed. 
H. B. Wheatley. 9 v. Boston, 1892. 


Diary. 1604-28. ed. G. Roberts. London, 

Mutton's Home Environment 

Rye, W, B. (ed.) 
England as seen by foreigners in the days of 
Elizabeth and James I. London, 1865. 


Reisen des Samuel Kichels von Ulm. ed. 
Hasseln. Bibliothek des literarischen Vereins 
in Stuttgart, no. 86, vol. 20. Stuttgart, 
Wilson, J. D. (ed.) 
Life in Shakespeare's England. Cambridge, 


Every man in his humour. 1598, 16 16. 


Michaelmas term. 1604. 

A trick to catch the old one. 1606. 

Your five gallants. 1607. 


The alchemist. 1610. 
Bartholomew fair. 1614. 
Massinger, p. 
The city madam. 1619. 
A new way to pay old debts. 1625. 

Brome, R. 
The city wit. 1629. 
Covent Garden weeded. 1632. 

Shirley, J. 
The ball. 1632. 
Hyde Park. 1632. 
The gamester. 1634. 
The lady of pleasure. 1635. 

lo Topical Bibliography of Milton 


Masson, D. 
The life of John Milton, i, pp. 1-108. 1858, 

See also Dictionary of national biography. 

Cultural Influences 

^ Thomas Toungy the Tutor 

Milton, J. 

Familiar letters, i and 4. 1625, 1628. 
Elegy 4. 1627. 

Laing, D. 

Biographical notices of Thomas Young. Edin- 
burgh, 1870. 

Masson, D. 
The life of John Milton, i, pp. 67-72. 
1858, 1881. 

Literary Interests 

Milton, J. 
Ad patrem. 1632. 


Considerations on Milton's early reading and 
the prima stamina of Paradise lost. London, 

Musical Interests 

Masson, D. 
The life of John Milton, i, pp. 50-58. 
1858, 1881. 

Bridge, Sir F. 
Milton and music. Brit. Acad.j pp. 349-51. 

Milton's Education ii 

Hadow, W. H. 
Milton's knowledge of music. In: Milton 
memorial lectures, Oxford, 1908. 

Spaeth, S. G. 
Milton's knowledge of music. Princeton, 


This supersedes Mr. Spaeth's earlier work: On Milton's 
knowledge of music. Haverford, 1909. Reviewed by £. C. 
Baldwin. Jour, Engl, Germ, Pbilol,, 14, pp. 310-12. 1912. 

At St Paul's School 

English Schools of the Seventeenth Century 

Masson, D. 
The life of John Milton, i, pp. 72-85. 1858, 

Baynes, T. S^ 
What Shakespeare learnt at school. Fraser^Sy 
ICO, pp. 604-21; loi, pp. 83-102, 619-41. 

McDonnell, M. F. 
The history of St. Paul's School. London, 


English grammar schools. In: The Cam- 
bridge history of English literature. 7, pp. 
368-88. 1911. 

Watson, F. 

Scholars and scholarship. In: The Cam- 
bridge history of English literature. 7, pp. 
345-68. 191 1. 

12 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Autobiographical References 
Ad patrem. 1632. 
Familiar letters, 2, 3, 5. 1628, 1634. 

For information regarding Alexander Gill see D. Masson: 
The life of John Milton^ lndex» and also the Dictionary of 
national biography. 

General References 

Home, school, and college training of John 
Milton. Am. J. of Educ, 14, pp. 159-90. 

At Cambridge 

Cambridge in Milton's Time 
Earle, J. 
Micro-cosmographie. London, 1628. 

See Index for college titles. 

Meade, J. 

Letters written by Joseph Meade, fellow of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, to Sir Martin 
Stuteville, 1 620-3 1 . 

Some of these letters reprinted in H. Ellis: Original let- 
ters; L. Aikin: Court and times of Charles 1, 1833; and D. 
Masson: The life of John Milton, i, p. 146, n. et pas Am. 

Masson, D. 
The life of John Milton, i, pp. 111-59, 169- 

320. 1858, 1881. 


The university of Cambridge. 3 v. Cam- 
bridge, 1873-1911. 
Autobiographical References 

Elegy I, 1626. 

Familiar letters, 2, 3, 5. To Alexander Gill. 

1628, 1628, 1634. 

Milton's Education 13 

Apology. I, pp. iio-ii. 1642. 
Second defence, i, pp. 254-55. 1654. 

General References 

Milton at Cambridge. Am. J. of EduCy 28, 
pp. 383-400. 1878. 

Reprint of article in vol. 14. See p. 12. 

Milton s Cambridge Exercises 

Latin poem for the "Respondent." 1674. / . 

See D. Masson: The life of John Milton. i» pp. 193-203. 

Prolusiones oratorix. 1674. 

See D. Masson: The life of John Milton, i, pp. 272-307. The 
sixth Prolusio'contained: At a vacation exercise. 

At Horton 

Milton, J. 

Second defence, i, pp. 254-55. 1654. 

Masson, D. 

The life of John Milton, i, pp. 552-663. 1858, 

Through Travel 

Travel in the Seventeenth Century 

Ascham, R. 

The scholemaster. 1570. ed. E. Arber. 
pp. 71-86. London, 1903. 

Dallington, R. 
Method for travell. London, 1606. 

Palmer, T. 

Essay of the meanes how to make our travailes 
into forraine countries the more profitable 
and honourable. London, 1606. 

14 Topical Bibliography of Milton 


Crudities. London, 1611. 

Hall, J. 
Quo vadis? A just censure of travell, as it is 
commonly undertaken by the gentlemen of 
our nation. London, 1617. 

See too T. Fuller: A comment on Ruth. London, 1654. 

Bacon, F. 
Of travel. In his: Essays. London, 1625. 

Howell, J. 

Instructions for foreign travel. 1642. ed. 
E. Arber. London, 1895. 
Familiar letters. 1645, 1647. ed. J. Jacobs. 
2 V. London, 1892. 

Milton, J. 

Familiar letters, 23. 1657. London, 1674. 

Evelyn, J. 

Memoirs ... of John Evelyn, comprising 
his Diary, a selection of his Familiar letters, I 
etc. 1818-19. ed. H. B. Wheatley. 4 v. | 
London, 1879. 

Brereton, W. 
Travels in Holland, the United Provinces, 
England, Scotland, and Ireland. 1634-1635. 
ed. E. Hawkins. London, 1844. 

Rye, W. B. (ed.) 
England as seen by foreigners in the days of 
Elizabeth and James I. London, 1865. . 

Autobiographical References 
Ad Mansum. 1638. 

Milton's Minor Poems 15 

Ad Salsillum poetam Romanum segrotantem. 


Literary addresses from Milton's Italian friends are published 
in editions of the poems and by D. Masson: The life of John 
Milton» I, pp. 78a-«7, 805-06. 1858, 188 1. 

Familiar letters, 8, 9, 10. 1638, 1639, 1647. 
Areopagitica. 2, p. 82. 1644. 
Second defence, i, pp. 255-58. 1654. 

Miscellaneous References 

Masson, D. 
^^y^ The life of John Milton, i, pp. 735-834. 1858, 
|va ^ / 1881. 

Byse, F. 

Milton on the Continent. Mod. Lang. ^., 3, 
p. I. 1903. 

Bates, E. S. 
Touring in 1600. London, 191 1. 

Smart, J. S. 
Milton in Rome. Mod. Lang. i2., 8, p. 91. 


On the singing of Leonora Baroni. 

Howard, C. 
English travellers of the Renaissance. London, 

Manuscript Copies 

The Cambridge manuscript 

, Ramblings in the elucidation of the autograph 
' of Milton. S. L. Sotheby. London, 1861. 

Contains a facsimile of the Cambridge manuscript. The manu- 
script includes Milton's English poems written between the 

i6 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

years 1633 and 1645 and also the first drafts of Paradise lost. 
A full account of it is given in D. Masson: The life of John 
Milton, I, p. 569, n.; 2, pp. 104-21. See also £. Gosse: The 
Milton manuscripts of Trinity. Man., 85, pp. 586-93, 1900, 
and L. £. Lockwood: Milton's correcdons to the Minor 
poems. M. L, N., 25, pp. 21-25. 1910. 

Facsimile of the manuscript of Milton's Minor 
poems preserved in the library of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge. Cambridge, 1899. 


See above, The Cambridge manuscript. 
The Bridgewater manuscript; the stage copy. 
In: Comus, a mask. ed. H. J. Todd. Canter- 
bury, 1798. 

Milton's Comus, being the Bridgewater manu- 
script, with notes and a short family memoir 
by the Lady Alix Egerton. London, 1910. 

An account of an original autograph sonnet by 
' John Milton, contained in a copy of Mel Heli- 
conium, written by A. Rosse, 1642, in the pos- 
session of W. Tite. London, 1859. 

First Editions 

An epitaph on the admirable dramatic poet 
W. Shakespeare. 1630. 

Printed in the second folio edition of Shakespeare's plays, 1632. 

Comus. A maske presented at Ludlow Castle, 
1634: on Michaelmasse Night, before the Right 
Honorable, John, Earle of Bridgewater, Vi- 
count Brackly. London, 1637. 
Lycidas. In: Justa Edouardo King naufrago, 
ab amicis moerentibus amoris. Cambridge, 1638. 

Milton's Minor Poems 

Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and 
Latin, cotnpos'd at several times. London, 1645. 
Poems, etc. upon several occasions. By Mr. John 
Milton: both English and Latin. . . . With a 
small Tractate of education to Mr. Hartlib. 
London, 1673. 

Chief Later Editions 
Warton, T. (ed.) 

Poems upon several occasions, English, Italian, 
and Latin, with translations. . . . Notes criti- 
cal and explanatoty. London, 1785. 

The enlarged second edition appeared in 1791. 

ROLFE, W. J. (ed.) 

The minor poems of John Milton. New York, 

Thomas, J. E. (ed.) 

Select minor poems of John Milton. Boston, 

Trent, W. P. (ed.) 

John Milton's L' allegro, II penseroso, Comus, 

and Lycidas, New York, 1895. 
Neilson, W. a. (ed.) 

Milton's minor poems. Chicago, 1900. 
Sampson, M. W. (ed.) 

Milton's L'allegro, II penseroso, Comus, and 

Lycidas. New York, 1901. 
Child, C. C. 

Comus, L'allegro, II penseroso, and Lycidas. 

New York, 1910. 

The editions of Mr. Verity are listed under the 

separate poems. 

1 8 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Individual Poems 
Psalms 114 and 136 


Considerations on Milton's early reading and 
the prima stamina of Paradise lost. London, 
Aubrey, J. 

Collections for the life of Milton. London, 

See p. xl, edition of L. E. Lockwood. 

On Shakespeare 
Durnin-Lawrence, Sir E. 
Milton's epitaph on Shakespeare. Dialy 55, 

PP- 34^50. 1913- 

A discussion of " starre-ypointing." See also N, and ^.i 
II. 7, p. 456; 8, pp. 141, 196, 232, 294, 317, 320; 9, pp. II, 
73, 114, 172, 217, 237, 294. 1913-14. 

Tannenbaum, S. a. 

Milton's " starre-ypointing pyramid." Dialj 
55, p. 401. 1913. 

Ode on the Morning of Christ^ s Nativity 
VERrry, A. W. (ed.) 

Milton's Ode, etc. Cambridge, 1891. 
Pater, W. 

Pico della Mirondola. In his : The Renais- 
sance. London, 1873. 

Suggestive as collateral reading. 

Milton's hymn on the morning of Christ's 
nativity. N. andS^.y 9. 11, pp. 88, 193, 475; 
12, p. 56. 1902-03. 

Milton's Minor Poems 19 

Cook, A. S. 
Two notes on Milton. Mod. Lang. R., 2, 
pp. 121-28. 1907. 

Notes on Milton's Ode on the morning of 
Christ's nativity. 

Trans. Conn. Acad., v. 15. New Haven, 

Hart, J. M. 

Milton's nativity. M. L. N., 28, pp. 158- 
60. 1913. 

V allegro and II penseroso 

Verity, A. W. (ed.) 
L'allegro, II penseroso, and Lycidas. 2 v. 
Cambridge, 1891. 

Elton, O. (ed.) 
L'allegro and II penseroso. Oxford, 1893. 
See above, p. 17. 

Breton, N. 
The passionate shepheard. London, 1604. 

See J. L. Lowes: L'allegro and The passionate shep- 
heard. Mod, Lang, R.p 6» pp. 20&-09. 191 1. 

Fantastiques. London, 1626. 

Reprinted in J. D. Wilson: Life in Shakespeare's Eng* 
land. See also, £. N. S. Thompson: Essays on Milton, 
pp. 22-23. 


Melancholia. 15 14. 

Had Milton seen this sixteenth-century representation 
of melancholy? 

20 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Marlowe, C. 

The passionate shepherd to his love, c, 

Raleigh, Sir W. 

The nymph^s reply to the shepherd, c, 1 590. 

See F. M. Padelford: An unnoted source of 

L'allegro. M. L. iV., 22, p. 200. 1907. 


L'allegro. Engl. Stud., 5, pp. 153-56. 

Cook, A. S. 

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Byse, F. 

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3, p. I. 1903. 
Coleridge, £. H. 

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Rankin, J. W. 

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See also Natton, Jan. 11, 25, and Feb. 15, 1912. 

Darnall, F. M. 
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L. N.y 31, p. 56. 1916. 
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Milton's ^ ' nor Poems 

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Verity, A. W. (ed.) 
Arcades. Cambridge, 1905. 
Osgood, C. G. 

Milton's "elm star-proof." Jour. Germ. 

Pbilol., 4, pp. 370-78. 1902. 


See above, p. 17. 
Todd, H. J. (ed.) 
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^^ODGES, W. (ed.) 
-, , \ Comus: a mask presented at Ludlow Castle. 
V In his : Historical account of Ludlow 
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. ^lton, O. (ed.) 
r) Comus. Oxford, 1893. 

^ --Verity, A. W. (ed.) 

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The description of a masque presented in 
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London, 1614. 

A description of the presentation of Jonson's 
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Venetian, 15, pp. 110-14. 

Quoted by M. SuHivan; Court masquea, pp. 108-19. 


22 Topical of Milton 


, . Evans, H. A. 

English m2^>ques. London, 1897. 

Brotanek, R. 

Die englischen Maskenspiele. Vienna, 
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"'^ Italian prototypes of the masque and dumb 
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JKeyher, p. 

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Sullivan, M. 
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University Plays 

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1858, 1881. 




Milton's Minor Poems 23 

,f Francke, O. 
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' ^ in Deutschland. Weimar, 1877. 

Churchill, G. B. and Keller, W. 

Die lateinischen Universitaets-Dramen 
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peare-Gesellschaft, 34, pp. 221-323. 1898. 


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II penseroso. 11. 97-102. 1632-38. 
Arcades. 1633. 
Comus. 1634. 

24 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Church government. 2, p. 479. 1641. 
Apology for Smectymnuus. 3, pp. 1 14-15, 
267-68. 1642. 

On education. 3, pp. 473-74. 1644. 
Eikonoclastes. i, p. 326. 1649. 
Samson agonistes. Preface. 1671. 
Christian doctrine. 2, c. 7. 1825. 
JJasson, D. 

The life of John Milton, i, pp. 604-11. 
1858, 1881. 
^ Thompson, E. N. S. 

William Prynne. In his : The controversy 
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Browne, W. 

Inner Temple masque. London, 161 5. 

G>ntains an andmasque of men-monsters transfonned by 

.Fletcher, J. 

Faithful shepherdess. London, 1610. 

W. E. A. Axon: Milton's Comus and Fletcher's Faithful 
shepherdess. Manchester %., i» pp. 285-95. 1882. 

-- ; Homer. 

Odyssey. Book 10. 


Pleasure reconciled to virtue. London, 
/ 1618. 

Milton's relation to Jonson is discussed by W. Godmn: 
Lives of Edward and John Philips. London, 18 15. 

Peele, G. 
Old wives* tale. London, 1595. 



MiLTON^s Minor Poems 25 

Phaedo. In B. Jowett: The four Socratic 
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York, 1903. See too Milton: Of the Platonic idea. 


De abstinentia. 

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Comus sive Phagesiposia Cimmeria. Lou- 
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See A. Stem: Milton, i, pp. 230-37. 

Spenser, E. 

Faerie queene. London, 1589, 1596. 

y Especially i. i, I2ff.; 2. 12, 42ff., 83-87; 3.12. On 

Comus, 11. 764-78, see F. M. Padelford: Spenser's 

arraignment of the Anabaptists, ^ouf, EngL Germ, 

X Pbilol,, 12, pp. 434-48. 1913. On Spenser's general 

influence on Milton, see p. 69. 

Tasso, T. 
^v\^ Gerusalemme liberata. Vinegia, 1580. 

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tUCK, P. M. 

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26 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Bense, J. F. 
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. Miscellaneous 

The adaptations of Comus are listed in R. 
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of Henry Lawes is discussed by D. Masson: 
The life of John Milton, i, p. 615, n. 

See above, p. 17. 

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Verity, A. W. Comus and Lycidas. Cam- 
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Milton's Minor Poems 27 

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388-96. 1896. 
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Cook, A. S. 
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Milton as an Educator 31 

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Puritanism 37 

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PuRitAN AND Cavalier Types 39 

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Herrick, R. 

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Of reformation touching church discipline in 
England. 1641. 

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27, p. 229. 191 2. 

Of prelatical episcopacy. 1641. 

The reason of church government urg'd against 

prelaty. 1641. 

Milton's Ecclesiastical Tracts 41 

Tracts of the Smectynmuan Controversy 

Hall, J. 

Episcopacy by divine right. 1640. 

An humble remonstrance to the high court of 

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" Smectymnuus." 
An answer to a book entitled An humble remon- 
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Hall, J. 

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" Smectymnuus." 

A vindication of the answer to the Humble 

remonstrance. 1641 . 

Milton, J. 
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fence against Smectymnuus. 1641. 

Hall, J. 
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Smectymnuus. 1641 . 

A modest confutation of a slanderous and 
scurrilous libel entitled Animadversions, etc. 

Milton, J. 
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Milton's Later Tracts 

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Considerations touching the likeliest means to 

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Geffroy, M. a. 

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Milton's Theology 43 


Christian Doctrine 

De doctrina Christiana. Cantabrigian, 1825. 

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Sumner. Cambridge, 1825. 


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Milton on Christian doctrine. No, Am., 22, 
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Ramblings in the elucid ation of the autograph 
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Transfigured theology of Paradise lost. Westm.y 

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44 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Chauvet, p. 

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Wood, L. A. 

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The judgement of Martin Bucer concerning 
divorce. London, 1644. 
Tetrachordon. London, 1644-45. 
Colasterion. London, 1644-45. 

Milton's Marriage 

Masson, D. ^ 

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42-47. 1871. 

Masson quotes the testimony of Aubrey and Phillips. 

Replies from Opponents 

Masson, D. 
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301. 1873. 


Wheeler, C. B. 

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Areopagitica 45 


Areopagitica: a speech of Mr. John Milton for 
the liberty of unlicencM printing. London, 1644. 
White, T. H. (ed.) 
Areopagitica. London, 18 19. 

Contains Mirabeau's tract: Sur la Hberte de la presse, imite 
de Tanglais de Milton. 

Arber, E. (ed.) 

Areopagitica. . . . Preceded by illustrative 
documents. London, 1868. 

Contains: A decree of the Starre-chamber concerning printing, 
1637, and An order of the Lords and Commons, 1643. 

Jebb, R. C. (ed.) 

Areopagitica: a commentary. Privately 
printed. Cambridge, 1872. 

Hales, J. W. (ed.) 

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LocKWOOD, L. E. (ed.) 

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46 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

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48 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

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Eikonoklastes. London, 1649. 

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translation see D. Masson: The life of John Milton, 4, p. 448. 

Pro populo Anglicano defensio. London, 1650. 

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A letter written to a gentleman in the country, 

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so Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Defensio contra Alexandrum Morum. London, 


A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes. 

London, 1659. 

Considerations touching the likeliest means to 

remove hirelings out of the church. London, 


A letter to a friend, concerning the ruptures of 

the Commonwealth. 1659. 

First published by J. Toland, see p. 3. 

The present means and brief delineation of a free 
commonwealth. ... In a letter to General 
Monk. London, 1660. 

Brief notes upon a late sermon, titled The fear 
of God and the King. London, 1660. 

Answered by R. L'Estrange: No blinde guides, in answer to a 
seditious pamphlet of J. Milton's intituled Brief notes. London, 

The readie and easie way to establish a free com- 
monwealth. London, 1660. 

On the supposedly lost second edition, see J. F. Payne: A lost 
tract of Milton's, Atb.t 3870, p. 877. 1901. 
See also J. Harrington: The censure of the Rota upon Mr. 
Milton's book entituled. The ready and easy way. London, 
1660; and the anonymous reply: The dignity of kingship asserted: 
in answer to Mr. Milton's Ready and easy way. London, 1660. 
Dr. £. M. Clark will soon publish an annotated edition of Milton's 
tract. i 

Mr. John Milton's character of the Long Parlia- , 
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A common-place book of John Milton. Repro- 
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Horwood. London, 1876. 

Milton's Political Tracts 51 

Authorship of Eikon Basilike 

Restitution to the royal author; or, a vindica- 
tion of King Charles the martyr's most excel- 
lent book. London, 1691. 

Ludlow, E. 

The plagiary exposed, . . . being a reply to a 
book entitled King Charles's case, formerly 
written by J. Cook. London, 1691. 

Reference to J. Cook: King Charles his case. London, 1649. 

Dr. HoUingworth's defence of K. Charles the 
First's holy and divine book, called Eikcmj/ 
/8ao"cXcioy. London, 1692. 

Walker, A. 

A true account of the author of a book entituled 
EIkodv fiacriKiKrjj . . . with an answer to all 
objections made by Dr. Hollingworth and others. 
London, 1692. 

Long, T. 

Dr. Walker's true, modest, and faithful account 
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ined, and demonstrated to be false, impudent, 
and deceitful. London, 1693. 

Wagstaffe, T. 

A vindication of King Charles. London, 1693. 


Authorship of Eikon basilike. In his : Amyntor. 
London, 1699. 
Herbert, T. 

Memoirs of the last two years of the reign of 
K. Charles L London, 1702. 

52 Topical Bibliography of Milton 


Several evidences which have not yet appeared 
in the controversy concerning the author of 
Eticoiv fiaxnXiKTjy produced in a letter to the 
Reverend Mr. WagstafFe. London, 1703. 


History of England. 8 v. London, 1819--30. 

In edition of 1840 see vol. 6, note N. 

GuizoT, F. P. G. 
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memoires relatifs a la revolution d'Angleterre. 
vol. 9. Paris, 1823-27. 

Wordsworth, C. 
Who wrote Eikon basilike? London, 1824. 

Answered in Edin, R., 44, pp. 1-46. 
ToDD, H. J. 

A letter to his grace the Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, concerning the authorship of Etica>i/ 
/SoKTiXciof. London, 1825. 

Broughton, W. G. 
A letter to a friend touching the question, "Who 
was the author of Et/coiy ^(uriXtiof. London, 

Hallam, H. 
Constitutional history of England. 2 v. 
London, 1827. 

Discussion of the question omitted in later editions. 

Wordsworth, C. 

King Charles the First the author of Icon 
basilike. Cambridge, 1828. 

Milton's Political Tracts 53 

Broughton, W. G. 
Additional reasons in confirmation of the opinion 
that Dr. Gauden, and not King Charles the First, 
was the author of Ecicoiy fiaxrikudj. London, 

Todd, H. J. 

Bishop Gauden the author of Eikon basilike., 
London, 1829. 


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Masson, D. 
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Odgers, W. B. 

Authorship of Eikon basilike. Mod, R.y i, 
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Theory of Kingship and the State 

General Histories 

MiRABEAU, H. G., Count de. 
Theorie de la royaute d'apres la doctrine de 
Milton. Paris, 1789. 

Osgood, H. L. 

The political ideas of the Puritans. Pol. 
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Figgis, J. N. 
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54 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

GoocH, G. P. 

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modern. New York, 1902. 
A history of political theories from Luther to 
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Acton, Lord. 

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London, 1907. 

Allison, W. T. 
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of kings and magistrates. New York, 1911. 

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Goodman, C. 
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their subjects. Geneva, 1558. 

Seyssel, C. 
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Milton's Political Tracts 55 


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Gerard, Seigneur du Haillan. 
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Languet, H. (Du Plessis-Mornay.) 
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Smith, Sir T. 
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FiLMER, Sir R. 
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kings. London, 1648. 

Patriarcha; or, the natural power of kings. 
London, 1680. 

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Mackensie, Sir G. 
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Also a reply to Milton. 

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Geffroy, M. a. 

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56 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Windsor, A. L. 
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and essays. London, 1870. 

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John Milton und Jean Jacques Rousseau. 

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Nicholson, W. 

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Appointment and Duties 

Masson, D. 

The life of John Milton. 4, pp. 79-107. 1877. 


Observations upon the articles of peace with the 
Irish rebels, on the letter of Ormond to Col. Jones, 
and the representation of the presbytery at Bel- 
fast. London, 1649. 

Milton as Latin Secretary 57 

Scriptum dom. Protectoris . . . contra Hispanos. 

London, 1655. 

Literae ab Olivario protectore ad sacram regiam 

majestatem Sueciae. Leyden, 1656. 

Apographum literarum serenissimi Protectoris. 

Ley den, 1656. 

Literae pseudo-senatus Anglicani, Cromwellii, re- 

liquorumque perduellium nomine ac jussu con- 

scriptae a Joanne Miltono. London, 1676. 

See D. Masson: Life of John Milton, vols. 4, 5, and 6. 1S77-79. 

Milton's republican letters, or a collection of such 
as were written by command of the late Common- 
wealth of England. Amsterdam, 1682. 
Letters of state written by Mr. John Milton. 
London, 1694. 

Contains also four sonnets and the life by Phillips. 

Oliver Cromwell's letters to foreign princes and 
states for strengthening and preserving the Prot- 
estant religion. London, 1700. 
A manifesto of the Lord Protector against the 
depredations of the Spaniards. London, 1738. 
Miltonis epistola ad PoUionem. London, 1738. 
Milton's epistle to PoUio. London, 1740. 
Original letters and papers of state, addressed to 
Oliver Cromwell . . . found among the political 
collections of John Milton, ed. J. NickoUs. 
London, 1743. 

Original papers illustrative of the life and writings 
of John Milton, including sixteen letters of state 
written by him. ed. W. D. Hamilton. London, 


58 Topical Bibliography of Milton 


Elegies. See pp. 17, 29. 

Letter to a friend. 1632-33. Cambridge manu- 

Reprinted by D. Masson: The life of John Milton, i» p. 323. 

Epistolarum familiarium liber unus. London, 1674. 

Translated by J. Hall: Milton's familiar letters. Philadelphia, 
1829. Contains the Prolusiones oratoriae. 

Letters of state. See above. 

Letters regarding Milton's acquaintance with Galileo. 

Published by R. Owen: FraserSy 79, pp. 678-84. 




Psalms 80-88. (1648.) London, 1673. 
Psalms 1-8. (1653.) London, 1673. 


Some of the sonnets were written in Milton's early life; others belong 
to this period. A definite statement, therefore, regarding manuscript 
copies and editions seems desirable here. 

Sonnet i. Editions 1645, 1673. 

Sonnet 2. Cambr. Ms., edidons 1645, 1673 . 

Sonnets 3-7 (Italian). Edidons 1645, 1^73* 

Sonnets S-io. Cambr. Ms., editions 1645, i^3* 

Sonnets 11-14. Cambr. Ms., edition 1673. 

Sonnets 15-16. Cambr. Ms. First printed in 1694 ^Y Milton's 
nephew, Phillips, in the English transladon of Milton's letters 
of state. 

Sonnet 17. Cambr. Ms. First printed in an anonymous life of 
Vane in 1662; then by Phillips in 1694. 

Sonnets 18-20. Edition 1673. 

Sonnet 21. Edidon 1673. The last ten lines in Cambr. Ms. 

Sonnet 22. Same as 15 and 16. 

Sonnet 23. Cambr. Ms., edition 1673. 

Poems of the Revolution 59 


See above, pp. 2, 3, 17. 
Verity, A. W. (ed.) 

Sonnets. Cambridge, 1895. 
Pattison, M. (ed.) 

The sonnets of John Milton. New York, 

The Sonnet 
Hunt, L. 

The sonnet. In his : The book of the sonnet. 

Boston, 1867. 


The sonnet: its origin, structure, and place 
in poetry. London, 1874. 


Englische Metrik. 3 Theile. Bonn, 1881-89. 

Bibliography of the sonnet. 2, pp. 836-37. 

Lentzner, K. a. 

Ueber das Sonett und seine Gestaltung in 
der englischen Dichtung bis Milton. Leipzig, 


Grundriss der englischen Metrik. Wien, 
Alden, R. M. 

English verse, pp. 267-97. New York, 1903 . 

An account of an original autograph sonnet 
by John Milton, contained in a copy of Mel 
Heliconium, written by A. Rosse, 1642, in 
the possession of W. Tite. London, 1859. 

6o Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Hazlitt, W. 

On Milton's sonnets. In his: Table talk. 

London, 1821. 
Masson, D. 

The life of John Milton. 

Important comment on individual sonnets. See Index. 

Lendrum, W. T. and Tyrrell, R. Y. 

Milton and Pindar. Classical R., 9, pp. 10- 
12. 1895. 

With reference to a note on the sonnet: On his having 
arrived, by L. Campbell, Ibid.t 8, p. 349. 

Serrell, G. 

Milton as seen in his sonnets. Temp. Bar, 

121, pp. 27-42. 1900. 
Bayne, T. 

Colkitto and Galasp. N. and ^., 11. 5, pp. 

104, i9Sy 3"- 1912. 

Social life in London 

See also above, pp. 7-9. 

Pepys, S. 
The diary of Samuel Pepys. 1825. ed. H. B. 
Wheatley. 9 v. Boston, 1892. 

Gardiner, S. R. (ed.) 

Fortescue papers. London, 1871. 

Bradley, E. J. 
Life of Lady Arabella Stuart. 2 v. London, 

Hamilton, A. 

Memoires of the Count de Gramont : contain- 
ing the amorous history of the English court 

Milton's Historical Writings 6i 

under the reign of Charles 11. 1713. ed. H. 
Vizetelly. 2 v. London, 1889. 

Newdigate-Newdigate, Lady. 

Cavalier and Puritan. London, 1901. 

Contains extracts from seventeenth-century "news-letters." 

Rochester and other literary rakes of the court 
of Charles IL London, 1902. 

Proceedings against Milton 

The Indemnity Bill 
Masson, D. 

The life of John Milton. 6, pp. 25-56, 77- 

98, 162-98. 1879. 
Howell, T. B. (ed.) 

Complete collection of state trials and pro- 
ceedings for high treason, etc. 33 v. 

London, 1816-26. 
Stern, A. 

Milton und seine Zeit. 4, p. 196. Leipzig, 

Masson, D. 

The life of John Milton. 6, pp. 162-64, 

184-95. 1879. 
Nicholson, W. 

Notes on Milton. M. L. N.y 27, pp. 252- 

53. 1912. 


The cabinet council, containing the chief arts of 
empire, and mysteries of state. ... By Sir Walter 

62 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Raleigh, published by John Milton. London, 1658. 
The history of Britain. London, 1670. 

See C. H. Firth. Milton as an historian. Oxford, 1908. 

A declaration, or letters patents of the election of this 
present king of Poland. Translated (by Milton?). 
London, 1674. 
A brief history of Moscovia. London, 1682. 


Paradise lost. A poem written in ten books by 
John Milton. London, 1667. 

On the various edirions see D. Masson: The life of John Milton, 
6> PP- 507-18, 621-36. 

Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books. London^ 

Paradise lost. New edition, ... by R. Bentley. 
London, 1732. 

Paradise lost. ed. A. W. Verity. 6 v. Cam- 
bridge, 1892-95. 

Paradise lost. ed. J. A. Himes. New edition. 
New York, 1898. 
See also Collected Editions. 

Growth of Milton's Plans 
At a vacation exercise. 1627. 
Elegy 6. To Charles Diodati. 11. 55-^. 1629. 
Familiar letters, 7. To Charles Diodati. 1637. 
London, 1674. 

Ad Mansum, 11. 78-100. 1638. 
Epitaphium Damonis. 11. 161-78. 1639. 
Cambridge manuscript. (Drafts for tragedy.) 

Paradise Lost 63 

Of reformation in England. 2, p. 418. 1641. 
The reason of church government. 2, pp. 479- 
81. 1642. 

Theoiy of Epic Poetry 

Classical Theory 

The poetics. 

The best edition is that of S. H. Butcher: Aristotle's theory 
of poetry and fine art. London, 1898. Another very help- 
ful book is L. Cooper's: Aristotle on the art of poetry. 
Boston, 191 3. 


Ars poetica. In A. S. Cook: The art of 
poetry. Boston, 1892. 
Renaissance Theory 

For full bibliographies with cridcal discussion see G. Saints- 
bury: A history of criticism. 3 v. New York, 1900, and 
J. £. Spingarn: A history of literary criticism in the 
Renaissance. New York, 1899. 

ViDA, M. G. 
De arte poetica. Romae, 1527. In A. S. 
Cook: The art of poetry. Boston, 1892. 

Daniello, B. 
La Poetica. Vinegia, 1536. 

GiRALDi Cintio. 

Discorsi. Vinegia, 1554. 


De poeta. Vinegia, 1559. 


Poetices libri septem. Lyons, 1561. 

Trissino, G. G. 

Poetica. Vinegia, 1529, 1563. 

64 Topical Bibliography of Milton 


De arte poetica. Vinegia, 1563. 

Castelvetro, L. 

Poetica d'Aristotile vulgarizzata. Vienna, 

See H. B. Chariton. Castelvetro's theory of poetry. Man- 
chester, 191 3. 

Tasso, T. 

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French and English Theory 

Vauquelin, J. 

L'art poetique. Paris, 1605. 


Discours de la poesie chrestienne. Paris, 

Cowley, A. 

Preface. Poems. London, 1656. 

Printed in J. E. Spingam: Critical essays of the seventeenth 
century. 3 v. Oxford, 1908. 

Later Critical Theory 

Bossu, R. le. 
Traite du poeme epique. Paris, 1675. 

Ramsay, A. M. 
Discours sur la poesie epique. Paris, 1717. 

Voltaire, F. M. A. de. 

Essai sur la poesie epique. 1726. In: 
Oeuvres completes, v. 10. 70 v. Kehl, 

Brunetiere, F. 
L'evolution des genres dans Phistoire de la 
litterature. Paris, 1898. 

Paradise Lost 65 

Jebb, R. C. 

Homer; an introduction to the Iliad and the 

Odyssey. Glasgow, 1894. 
Marsh, A. R. 

Epic poetry. In: Johnson's universal cyclo- 
paedia. 8 V. New York, 1895. 
Ker, W. P. 

Epic and romance. London, 1897. 
Myers, I. T. 

A study in epic development. New York, 

- BovET, E. 

Lyrisme, epopee, drame. Paris, 191 1. 
Dixon, W. M. 

English epic and heroic poetry. London, 

Abercrombie, L. 

The epic. London, 1914. 


Andreini, G. B. 

L'Adamo. Milano, 1613. 

Analysis in William Hayley: Poetical works of John Milton. 
3 V. London, 1794-97. 

Ariosto, L. 

Orlando furioso. Venetia, 1565. 

J. Bouchier: Milton and Ariosto. N, and ^., 8. 7, p. 505. 
1895. (On Paradise lost. 4, 11. 159-165.) 

AviTus, Saint. 

De spiritalis historiae gestis. (Written c, 500.) 

Especially Books i and 2. 

The Bible 

66 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Stanley, A. P. 

History of the Jewish church. London, 1893. 

See lecture 49 on Milton's story of the fallen angels. 

Boehme, J. 
Bailey, M. L. 
Milton and Jakob Boehme; a study of 
German mysticism in seventeenth-century 
England. New York, 1914. 

Reviewed by L. Gx>per: Jour. Engl, Germ, PbUoLy 14, pp. 
290-96. 19159 and in the Nation^ 100, p. 712. 1915. 

Metrical paraphrase of parts of the Holy 
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RosT, W. 

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Masson, D. 
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Hazlitt, W. 

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Bridges, R. and Stone, W. J. 
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Thomas, W. 
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Saintsbury, G. 
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Jenny, G. 

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Squires, V. P. 
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Scott, A. M. 

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Telleen, J. M. 

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84 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Churchill, G. B. 
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Spingarn, J. E. 
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Adams, C. F. 

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Answered by A. Matthews, Ibid,, pp. 614-25. 

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Vamb]6ry, a. 

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Robertson, J. G. 
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Havens, R. D. 
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Dick, E. 
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Roberts, W. W. 
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Olivero, F. 

Keats and the minor poems of Milton. Engl. 
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Bradley, W. 
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Pizzo, E. 

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Horace translated by P. Francis. With . . . 

translations of various odes . . . by . • . Milton. 

London, 183 1. 

A declaration, or letters patents of the election of 

this present king of Poland. Translated [by 

Milton?]. London, 1674. 

The cabinet council : containing the chief arts of 

empire, and mysteries of state. By . . . Sir 

Walter Raleigh, published by John Milton. 

London, 1658. 


Mr. John Milton's Satyre against hypocrites. 

[by John Phillips?] London, 1710. 

Baptistes: a sacred dramatic poem ... by G. 

86 Topical Bibliography of Milton 

Buchanan: translated into English by John 
Milton. London, 1740. 

Printed by F. Peck: New memoirs of the life and poetical 
works of John Milton. London, 1740. 

Memoirs of . . . Oliver Cromwell ... in three 
panegyrics of him. 1740. 

Printed by F. Peck. See above. 

The parallel, or Archbishop Laud and Cardinal 
Wolsey compared. A vision, by Milton. London, 

Printed by F. Peck. See above. 

The substance of a panegyric of the Lord General 
Oliver Cromwell. London, 1755. 
Milton's unpublished poem . . . Epitaph on a 
rose tree, confined in a garden tub. 

Printed in N. and %.» 4. 2, pp. 75-76, 1868, and again. Ibid,, 
9. 6, pp. 182-83. 1900. See also. Ibid., 9. 7, pp. 90, 235. 

Nova Solyma, the ideal city; or Jerusalem re- 
gained, . . . attributed to the illustrious John 
Milton, ed. W. Begley. 2 v. London, 1902. 

Byse, f. 

Nova Solyma. N, and %., 9. 12, pp. 168, 232. 1903. 

The young Milton? Acad., 64, p. 79. 1903. 

Authorship of Nova Solyma. Bk. Buyer, 25, pp. 223-28. 1903. 
Neilson, W. a. 

Nova Solyma. A romance attributed to Milton. Mod. 

PhiloL, I, pp. 525-46. 1903-04. 
Garnett, R. 

Milton as romancer. Inter. ^., 9, pp. 140-53. 1904. 
Collins, J. C. 

Miltonic myths and their authors. In his: Studies in poetry 

and criticism. London, 1905, 
Jones, S. K. 

The authorship of Nova Solyma. Library, pp. 225-38. 1900. 
Attributes authorship to Samuel Gott. 


General Criticism 87 

Epitaph attributed to Milton. W. M. Thomas. 

N. and ^., 9. 12, p. 67. 1903. 
De redemptoris nostri Jesu Christi persona. (A 

theological essay in Latin inscribed in a copy of 

Paul Best's Mysteries discovered.) See Catalogue, 

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Shelley, P! B. 
Defense of poetry. 1821. ed. A. S. Cook. 
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On the Devil, and devils. In: The works of 
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Hazlitt, W. 

On Milton's Lycidas. In his: The round table. 

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Macaulay, T. B. 

Milton. 1825. In his: Critical and historical 

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White, T. H., 45, 81. 
Whitelock, B., 36. 
Willard, S., 43. 
Williams, J. B., 93. 
Williams, R., 47, 48. 
Williams, R. F., 37. 
Williamson, G. C, 7. 
Wilson, J. D., 9, 19. 
Windsor, A. L., 56. 
Wood, A. A., 4. 
Wood, G. A., 91. 
Wood, L. A., 44, 68. 
WoodhuU, M., 43, 74. 
Wordsworth, C, 52. 
Wrangham, F., 49. 
Wuelker, R. P., 66. 

Yonge, J., 52. 
Yonge, W., 8. 

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